References in classic literature ?
To be piggish as you and I have been all our lives does not seem to be just the thing for immortals to be doing.
It looks very splendid there, but I feel piggish to have it.
An ugly, piggish, or fishy eye, now, makes me feel quite ill; it's like a bad smell.
You are piggish and acquisitive, but the magic of your phrases leads you to believe that you are patriotic.
It's also a pointed reminder to the Speaker, even if he survives, not to be too piggish in the company of piglets.
It arrived , but along side the three eggs, fresh spinach, mushrooms, sauted zucchini and squash, diced tomatoes, and melted Swiss cheese promised on the menu, Montgomery was in for a piggish surprise: bits of bacon.
But, at some point, the social reflex kicks in, telling us: "Best stop now, otherwise we might look terribly piggish.
Quite a few nasty glances were directed my piggish way as I entered the classroom.
30pm Born into the cursed Wilhern family with a piggish countenance, Penelope (Christina Ricci) has been hidden from the cruel outside world by her parents.
Sometimes he decided not to train at all, standing fixed for prolonged periods, while he proved to be piggish at the gates before both the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the US Triple Crown.
memories of a piggish evening with Yeats & a Molly Bloom.